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A busy Ukulele group

Aunty Aloha's Ukulele Corner:
Learn to play the ukulele (with our free 'loaners') and then join in the Kanakapila (jam session) in the next tent!

NOTE: for 2022 we are only holding one Ukulele Class daily at our Discovery Stage. Join us at 10:30 on Saturday and 11:30 on Sunday.
Kanakapila will be held at 3:30 both days.


Hale Mana'o:
The 'House of Knowledge' has lots of participation and learning for you to experience!

NOTE: for 2022 check the Discovery Stage schedule for Saturday or Sunday and enjoy the variety of interesting topics and fun activities!

Cooking for you - men at grills

'Local Grinds' Island Food Courts:
Our three Food Courts entice you with an array of island foods and tastes. Find those enticing aromas easily with our list of vendors with their locations.

The nose knows there's goodies here you rarely find otherwise - it's home cookin' from the islands!

Girl making card with Polynesian designs

Keiki Activities:
Our free 'Make and Take' crafts for keiki (kids) of all ages!

NOTE: Our apologies but we won't have an Activities tent for 2022.
Check out our new Aloha Activities page - it's new and starting off with easy island recipes and activities for keiki and their families to do at home. These opportunities will grow over time with contributions from our local community.

Map of Tempe with Beach Park marked

Location and Maps:
Plan your Festival arrival with info on where the Tempe Beach Park is, using Light Rail to get there, and where to locate parking in the nearby garages.

We just found out there will be an event on Mill Avenue on Sunday. We also put information on this page about closures and links to their event.

Overview of shopping

Island Marketplaces:
The Marketplaces feature shopping for island and 'island lifestyle' arts, crafts, clothing, home decor, and more! Traditional or modern, it's all there.

Oh the shopping! Enjoy exploring the South Pacific's unique and refreshing designs...so many choices!

Check out our vendor list and start planning your route through our 3 Marketplaces. And yes, we do have ATMs onsite as some only take cash.

Family checking out display for Hawaiian voyaging canoes

Ohana Village:
Talk to a variety of not-for-profit organizations ranging from from social and sports clubs to educational groups ready to introduce you to resources in the community. Displays are fun to explore and talk about with the exhibitors. (There's no selling.)

And don't forget the outriggers! Look for the canoe displays!

Here's our list of this year's participants.

Hula group

Two stages offer a variety of performances featuring music and dance from Hawai'i and the South Pacific.

Find the schedules for Lakeside and Mountain stages...and enjoy the energy and beauty of each cultures' performance. Check out the Saturday or Sunday schedules.

General Information:
  • Information Stations are located at entrances on Rio Salado. They have programs containing performance schedules, a map ofthe Festival grounds and more. Get your questions answered here.
  • 'Lost Parents!' Also get a free wristband for your child in case you get lost!
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